You are not doing yourself any favors by continuously telling yourself that you are bad in math. Also, if you constantly avoid opportunities to improve your math, as you have, you are expending a whole lot of energy into creating a self-fulfilling prophesy. I'm sorry if that comes of as blunt and possibly judgmental, but that is the stone cold truth and the only way you will ever accomplish your goals is to realize that what I'm telling you is true. The only possible situation where it isn't true is one in which you have a genuine learning disorder and might need professional guidance to learn strategies to overcome it. It's hard for me to believe that someone who successfully completed a degree in accounting could possibly have a learning disorder related to numbers- so snap out of it! I hope to hear soon enough that you have made your decision, either way, and are plowing into it full force with no inhibitions. Welcome to DegreeInfo, where the players play, and we churn out the credits, like, every day. Contact myself or one of the other moderators if you need any help surviving this jungle of information.